Trying to keep their promise of smaller class sizes, officials hope to make up for a late start hiring last spring by hosting a job fair Wednesday.
CLEVELAND - Cleveland Metropolitan School District CEO Eric Gordon will testify before a US Senate committee Thursday about safe and supportive schools.
According to a news release from the school district, Gordon will be part of a panel of five witnesses called to speak before the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions.
Gordon was specifically asked to talk about best practices in creating safe, supportive, successful learning environments, the release said.
More CMSD Stories
The 2013 Cleveland Metropolitan School District's Senate Girls Tennis Championship was in full swing at Rockefeller Park tennis courts on Thursday.
Cleveland Metropolitan School District CEO Eric Gordon talked about the change in culture in Cleveland schools at his annual State of the Schools address.
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District will hold its annual state of the schools address Wednesday at the Cleveland Public Auditorium at noon.
A 12-year-old student reported that she was assaulted by a teacher Wednesday at Warner Girls' Leadership Academy.
New analysis links poverty to student performance in Ohio. But one Cleveland program is helping students beat the odds.
Cleveland schools are planning to hire between 100 and 150 new teachers for the first time in more than a decade.
The new school year ushers in a new day at 13 investment schools in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.
With 40,000 students headed back to school in Cleveland Monday, Cleveland City Councilman Jeff Johnson is surveying walking routes to make sure they're safe.
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District is taking steps towards creating a safer atmosphere for more than 40,000 kids within the district.